Add summer (SUMR) attribute to all transfer courses taken during a summer term at an SUS school (Florida State University) and all courses taken in summer that have a Study Abroad attribute (USTB). SUS school is indicated by "0" on Voice Responce field in STVSBGI.
Once a student has completed the General Education requirements, it is displayed on the student’s transcript. This nightly process selects all undergraduate students with an Active General Student (SGASTDN) record for the current term. The process then uses CAPP to determine if the General Education requirement has been met. If the requirement is met a comment (General Education Completed) is added (if one does not already exist) as an event which will be displayed on the student’s transcript.
The process produces a report of students where grade changes (excluding forgiveness grades) could potentially affect academic standing. Grade changes for the seven days prior to the parameter date are included. It is assumed that students with GPA's moving above or below the probation cutoff may need to have their recorded academic standing or Deans list notation reviewed. Students who have a change in earned hours but with a zero GPA are also included in the report. These are most likely students who went from an F grade to a P grade where earned hours are counted but P grades are not counted in GPA.
The report includes: Student ID, Student Name, Level, Status, Term, Academic Standing Code, Deans List code, Original Term GPA, Current Term GPA, Original Term Earned Hours, Current Term Earned Hours, Original Cumulative GPA, Current Cumulative GPA, Original Cumulative Earned Hours, Current Cumulative Earned Hours
The report is emailed to email@example.com.
The process produces a report of students who are athletes who have had grade changes. Grade changes for the seven days prior to the parameter date are included.
The report includes: Student ID, Student Name, Term, Course, Previous Grade, and Current Grade
The report is sent by email to a Distribution list: athlete-grade-changes.
Disciplinary suspensions are displayed on the student’s transcript. When they are applied to the transcript an expiration date is noted. This nightly process removes the disciplinary suspension notation if the expiration date is prior to the current date.
The following processes are run nightly to manage repeat indicators on both transfer and UNF courses:
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